This pond is at the far end of the site, probably half a mile from the entrance. This pond is between 20 and 35 metres wide and is only fished from the East bank. There are 20 pegs, all with solid, cast concrete blocks or recycled plastic pegs and with easy access from an adjoining car park. This pond has a large head of skimmers, tench and crucians, plus roach perch and ide and a few large carp, and is a favourite with those anglers looking to bag up on pellets.
Burcliff has a good, even depth varying from 5 feet in the high numbered pegs to 7 feet in the low numbers towards the far end of the pond.
Favourite methods on this water include the pole fished over the shelf in the margins for crucian carp and tench, the waggler fished down the middle or the feeder thrown across. Again all baits are successful on their day.